Palestinian boy, 15, photographed marrying girl, 14

Ahmed Soboh and Tala 
By: Shifra Unger

A Palestinian boy married a 14-year-old girl in a public ceremony, according to photos uploaded to the Internet.

Ahmed Soboh, 15-years-old, married Tala in the Gaza Strip last week.

The young couple grew up in poor families, and the groom's father sold two donkeys in order to have enough money to buy the bride.

The two children are cousins​​.

The two-day wedding festivities took place in Beit Lahiya, which is near the border between northern Gaza and Israel.

“People were celebrating in the streets,” Reuters photographer Mohammed Salem said.

"I was surprised when I saw the mother helping the groom with dressing up for the wedding. It seemed as if she was dressing him for school," Salem said.

Photos also show how the newly married couple celebrated their wedding at the beach.

Israeli Air Force shows off on video their new powerful Hercules Squadron

The C-130 Hercules 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) The Israeli military has released a video showing off their new and powerful Hercules Air Force unit, according to a report by the IDF Blog.

The C-130 Hercules fleet is an essential strategic asset to the State of Israel with a long legacy including many operations, the most famous of which is Operation Entebbe.

The Elephant Squadron and the Yellow Bird Squadron, which united as one Hercules squadron, are both veteran squadrons flying the C-130 Hercules for over 40 years through many successful operations.

It’s a development that was set in motion years ago, a significant process of combining air force powers.

Watch the sortie across the entire southern region of Israel, which proved the successful union between the two Hercules squadrons into one big squadron.

Suspicious fire burn down two Orthodox Jewish restaurants in Florida

Bon Ami Cafe after the fire 
By: Debbie Gross

Police are investigating a suspicious fire that burned down two Orthodox Jewish restaurants in a heavily Orthodox Jewish neighborhood in Florida, according to police in Hollywood.

The Florida state fire marshal has been called in to investigate after another suspicious fire broke out early Sunday, in a shopping plaza that serves a very Orthodox Jewish neighborhood, authorities said.

The fire that destroyed two restaurants next to Emerald Center, at 5650 Stirling Road, is the third fire during the night in the square in less than two years.

"We have some concerns," Hollywood Fire Division Chief Joel Medina said. "We want to ensure that we cover all the bases," he added.
The fire that destroyed Achla Pita Grill and Bon Ami Cafe was reported about 1:20 am on Sunday, according to Medina.

Firefighters responded with four engines, four rescue units and two ladder trucks. It took about 20 minutes to control the blaze, Medina said. No injuries were reported.

Both restaurants are owned by Ilan Timianski.

Former Christian school teacher designing clothes for Haredi Jewish women

DellaSuza clothing 
By: Sarah Weiss

Ultra-Orthodox Jewish women have a beautiful line of nice clothing thanks to a former Christian school teacher, according to a report by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.

Maria Patricia de Sousa now known as Esther Goldberger owns DellaSuza, which is a fashion line based in Montreal, Canada, for Haredi women.

Goldberger, 36, designs light dresses, tops and skirts in her home, and produces them in a small office with just a few employees.

"I started DellaSuza as a one-woman operation," she said. "There were many, many sleepless nights and a lot of work," she also said.

Goldberger was a bilingual secretary and Baptist Sunday school teacher. “I started reading about Judaism and I fell in love with the faith,” she said.

She began to study the Jewish religion in Brazil, but eventually, she went to study Judaism in a seminary in the Har Nof neighborhood of Jerusalem, Israel, an ultra-Orthodox Jewish area.

Goldberger met her husband online, and moved to Canada. She and her husband Artie, settled in his hometown of Montreal.

Goldberger is excited about the possibilities of expanding her line of modest dress for Muslim and Christian women.

First Arab recognized as Righteous Among the Nations after saving Jews during the Holocaust

The certificate for Dr. Mohamed Helmy 
By: Aryeh Savir

An Egyptian doctor has been honored with the Righteous Among the Nations award after he risked his life during the Holocaust to save Jews, according to a report by the Tazpit News Agency.

Yad Vashem recently recognized Dr. Mohamed Helmy and Frieda Szturmann as Righteous Among the Nations, an honorary title bestowed by Yad Vashem on behalf of the State of Israel and the Jewish people to non-Jews who risked their lives to save Jews during the Holocaust.

The title is awarded by a special commission headed by a Supreme Court Justice according to a well-defined set of criteria and regulations. Dr. Helmy, an Egyptian physician living in Berlin and Szturmann, a local German woman, worked together in the heart of Nazi Germany to help save a Jewish family during the height of the Holocaust. Dr. Helmy is the first Egyptian to be recognized as Righteous Among the Nations.

Yad Vashem is currently searching for the rescuers’ next of kin to posthumously honor their relatives in a ceremony and present them with the certificate and medal of the Righteous. Until the next of kin is identified, Dr. Helmy’s certificate and medal will be on display in the I am My Brother’s Keeper: 50 Years of Honoring Righteous Among the Nations Exhibition at Yad Vashem.

Dr. Mohamed Helmy was born in Khartoum in 1901 to Egyptian parents. In 1922, Helmy went to Germany to study medicine and settled in Berlin. After he completed his studies, he went to work at the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin, but was dismissed in 1937. A study conducted by the Robert Koch Institute in 2009 showed that the Institute was heavily involved in Nazi medical policy.

According to Nazi racial theory, Dr. Helmy was defined as a Hamit or Hamitic, the descendants of Ham, son of Noah, a term adopted from 19th century racial science and used to define the natives of North Africa, including ancient Egyptians, the Horn of Africa, and South Arabia.

Not being of the Aryan race, Dr. Helmy was discriminated against and forbidden by the Nazi racial laws to work in the public health system, and was prohibited from marrying his German fiancée. Moreover, in 1939 he was arrested together with other Egyptian nationals, but released a year later because of health problems.

Despite being targeted by the regime, Helmy spoke out against Nazi policies, and notwithstanding the great danger, risked his life by helping his Jewish friends. When the deportations of the Jews from Berlin began, 21-year old Anna Boros (Gutman after the war), a family friend, was in need of a hiding place. Helmy brought her to a cabin he owned in the Berlin neighborhood of Buch which became her safe haven until the end of the war. At times of increased danger when he was under police investigation, Helmy would arrange for her to hide elsewhere.

“A good friend of our family, Dr. Helmy…hid me in his cabin in Berlin-Buch from 10 March until the end of the war. As of 1942, I no longer had any contact with the outside world. The Gestapo knew that Dr. Helmy was our family physician, and they knew that he owned a cabin in Berlin-Buch,” Anna Gutman wrote after the war.

“He managed to evade all their interrogations. In such cases he would bring me to friends where I would stay for several days, introducing me as his cousin from Dresden. When the danger would pass, I would return to his cabin….Dr. Helmy did everything for me out of the generosity of his heart and I will be grateful to him for eternity.”

Helmy also helped Anna Gutman’s mother Julie, stepfather Georg Wehr, and her grandmother Cecilie Rudnik. Providing for them and attending to their medical needs, he arranged for Cecilie Rudnik to be hidden in the home of Frieda Szturmann. For over a year Szturmann hid and protected the elderly lady and shared her own food rations with her.

One particular moment of great danger occurred when the Wehrs were caught in 1944, and during their brutal interrogation revealed that Helmy was helping them and that he was hiding Anna. Helmy immediately brought Anna to Frieda Szturmann’s home, and it was only thanks to his resourcefulness that he managed to evade punishment.

Thanks to the help and courage of Dr. Helmy and Frieda Szturmann the four family members survived the Holocaust. After the war they immigrated to the United States, but did not forget their rescuers, and in the 1950’s and early 1960’s wrote letters on their behalf to the Berlin Senate. These letters were uncovered in the Berlin archives, and were recently submitted to Yad Vashem’s Righteous Among the Nations Department.

Dr. Helmy remained in Berlin and was finally able to marry his fiancée. He died in 1982. Frieda Szturmann passed away in 1962.

Pregnant woman escapes prison for the second time in one week

Ashley Marler 
By: Sarah Weiss

Police are looking for a pregnant woman, who was able to outsmart them, not once but two times.

Ashley Marler, 31, of Lexington, Kentucky, has escaped from the Fayette County jail twice in just seven days despite being 4-months pregnant.

The quest for freedom of the mother-to-be was so strong that she escaped wearing only a towel and a white t-shirt during her second escape, according to police.

On the first occasion, the woman received permission to visit a local doctor for a checkup. The woman was told to be back at prison as soon as she was done at the doctor.

During her visit at the clinic, the woman managed to escape. She was found the next day and brought back to jail.
She was set to be arraigned on charges of escaping, but she did not show up to court, as she escaped again.

Marler was once again allowed to see the doctor, but this time an officer accompanied her to the doctor. The officer reportedly held her clothing while she was in the room waiting for the doctor.

That’s when the daring woman, who is 4 months pregnant, went through the roof and found her way out of the doctor’s office with just a t-shirt and towel on.

Marler left her clothes behind in her last attempt for freedom. Police were called to help in the search for the woman, but so far, they were unable to find her.

Marler was originally jailed on two counts of receiving stolen property. Now, an arrest warrant was put out for her arrest. She is facing a host of other charges. Marler is not considered to be dangerous.

Woman sends men to have sex with her husband’s new girlfriend

Samantha Weber 
By: John Roberts

A scorned woman’s revenge landed her in prison.

Samantha Weber, 38, of Houston, Texas, is accused of putting a classified advertisement on Craigslist with a picture of her estranged husband’s new girlfriend.

Police were called after random men showed up to Heather McCarthy’s home in Cypress, and expressed their desire to have sex with the woman.

The woman’s boyfriend confronted one of the men for an explanation. The man then showed him a Craigslist advertisement for sexual activity, which featured a photo of the woman along with her name and address.

The victim contacted the Harris County Police to report that unknown men had come to his house for sex because of the Craigslist advertisement. The woman said she was in fear for her safety and she denied placing any post on Craigslist.

Investigators obtained a subpoena for, and were able to track the advertisement to Weber’s email address.
Webber was arrested and charged with online impersonation, a third-degree felony. Her bail was set at $5,000.

Family robs church twice then sell the items at garage sale

Clariese Jones (right) Paul Mikell and their daughter
Olivia Jones (left) 
By: Debbi Gross

(Scroll down for video) A Louisiana family was arrested after they were found selling items stolen from a local church.

A man, his wife and their daughter, robbed a local church several times and then sold the items to neighbors at a garage sale.

The pastor of a church in Slidell, reported that his church, which is under construction, had been robbed. The thieves took a stereo, water coolers, electronics and generators, according to Sheriff's Spokesperson George Bonnett.

Three days later, the pastor called the police again to report that the thieves robbed the church a second time. While investigating these two robberies, detectives received a tip about a garage sale that was being held by three people living in the area, according to Bonnett.

The detectives arrived to the garage sale and they found many of the stolen items inside and outside the house. The homeowners, Clariese Jones, Paul Mikell, and their daughter Olivia Jones, later admitted to stealing from the church.

According to the police report, the suspects told detectives the father waited outside in the car, while the mother and daughter went inside to steal the goods.

"The three then went back to the residence to drop off the stolen items. Later that night, before the detectives were aware of the theft at the church, deputies conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle, and Clariese Jones was booked on unrelated charges," Bonnett said.

The rest of the family then sold part of the stolen goods to pay for the bail. Then, they allegedly returned to the church to steal more items. The three were arrested and charged with theft.

Michigan woman stabs husband in the butt after he comes home late

Yvette Raylene Jones 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

Police were called when a woman stabbed her husband after he came home late.

Police and emergency workers in Ferndale, Michigan, were called at about 10:25 pm, on reports of an injured man.

Police found the man bleeding from the upper leg and buttocks at the motel. Yvette Raylene Jones, 49, told police her husband fell on glass and hurt himself.

However, police did not believe her, as her story was not consistent with the scene they found inside the room. Police believe that Jones stabbed her 50-year-old husband on the buttocks in the Motorama Motel where the couple was staying.

At first, Jones stuck with her story that her husband fell into glass and cut himself. However, her husband told police that his wife was angry with him for coming home late and stabbed him with a knife.

Jones was arrested and charged with criminal assault. She is facing four years in prison if convicted of the assault.
Jones has an extensive criminal history. She was charged with felony assault. A judge set her bond at $25,000.

Man convinces wife to adopt girl, 12, he was sexually abusing

Michael Lander  
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A woman thought she was being kind and helpful by adopting a girl from a broken home.

Years later, she learned that her husband was raping the girl.

Michael Lander, 40, of Land O'Lakes, Florida, a former elementary school teacher, was arrested for sexually assaulting the 12-year-old girl, who he took in to live with his family in 2008.

Lander has three children, his stepdaughter Autumn Boisvert, who is the same age of the victim, and two biological children. Boisvert is his wife’s daughter, who he raised as his own since he met his wife Jennifer Lander. Now, his wife Jennifer Lander is speaking out. She said that the abuse has broken her family, and that she is has no peace knowing that the victim was raped in her own home.

"I cannot imagine what the girl is going through. My intentions were to give the girl a stable family life and the whole thing completely backfired," Jennifer Lander said.

“If i could change anything I would change the amount of hurt, pain and anguish that has gone on in my family. If i could take it away from my children alone I would take it away in a heartbeat,” she added.

The tragic family history began in 2008 when Michael Lander told his wife about his fifth grade student at the Schrader Elementary School. Michael said the mother of the 12-year-old was a drug addict and a stripper.

Over time, the stories got worse. Michael said the girl's mother was about to abandon the victim, and suggested his family adopt the girl. He said it was the victims only chance and they owed it to her.

Although money was tight for the family, who already had two children with a third on the way, Jennifer Lander agreed, and the couple signed the papers for temporary custody of the girl.

However, Jennifer's life deteriorated.
The school director gave Michael a letter of reprimand detailing concerns about Michael's behavior toward the girl. Staff members allegedly saw him run his finger along the arm of the girl while he whispered in her ear.

Michael resigned four days later. He told his wife that he resigned because the vengeful assistant principal disliked him and wanted him fired.

After he quit his job, the couple resorted to stealing and selling appliances to make money. When they were caught by deputies, Michael took a seven-year jail sentence plea deal to protect his wife. She got probation.

That's when the victim went to police. Michael was charged with lewd and lascivious battery of a student.

New plant growing tomatoes and potatoes simultaneously

TomTato plant 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) Consumers are rushing to buy a new plant that is able to grow potatoes and tomatoes at the same time.

People across Britain are booking orders for the double crop wonderplant called TomTato, which grow cherry tomatoes on the vine, and also grow whole white potatoes, underground.

"It's the perfect match", Michael Perry, new product manager at Morgan Thompson, who is taking orders for the TomTato, said.
"Why wouldn't someone buy one plant instead of buying two?" He asked.

Tomato lovers can cut salads for the entire year and then harvest potatoes at the end of the year, Perry promised.

It sounds crazy, but the science is legit. Tomatoes and potatoes are members of the same family of plants, which makes them ideal candidates to be grafted together.

This is how the company creates new items for sale, Perry said.

The tomato and potato from the TomTato plant will not taste any different from regular tomatoes and potatoes, Kenneth Mudge, associate professor at the Cornell University Department of Agriculture, said.

How much the plants produce may be lower than single tomato or potato plants. This is because the single plants focus all their energies on one product, the professor said.

Woman spends 14 years in search for man she met just one time

Silvia Messa 
By: David Ross

Love can take people strange places.

It was love at first sight for one woman, who met a man while on vacation in the United Kingdom.

The woman planned on staying in touch with the man after they met, but unfortunately, she lost his contact information.

However, she never gave up. Now, she is going public in hopes to finally reunite with the man who has her heart. Who knows, she might just be looking for you.

Silvia Messa, 64, of Madrid, Spain, fell for the man when they met at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 1999. They spent the evening together and had a lovely time. Before she left, the man gave her his email address.

However, Messa lost the paper, which had the email address, and the relationship faded as quickly as it began.
Massa, who is a retired teacher, has gone on a mission to find the man, who is 52-years-old.

She spends thousands of pounds every year to travel from Spain to Edinburgh, United kingdom, to attend the festival, in hopes of finding the man, who she knows only as "Geordie."

"We socialized and it was obvious that their was a ‘thing’ between Geordie and I,” Messa said. "I've been going there every year, I enjoy it, but deep down I'm hoping to find Geordie there,” she added.

"He was very smart, and if have to put a face to him I would say he looks like Brian Taylor, who works for the BBC Scotland,” Messa added.

When they met, the man told her that he was divorced and was a frequent visitor to the festival. He was 6 feet tall, he had silver hair, and he told her that he had no children.

Recently, she hired Keith Coventry, a private detective, to help track down her fantasy man, even though she does not know his name or a picture of him.

"It may seem like a needle in a haystack, but I found people in the past with less information. If you do not try you'll never know,” Keith said. "She just wants to see him again. It would be nice if this story has a happy ending," Keith said.

Man can finally kiss his wife and kids after skull surgery

Sarah Weiss 
By: Shifra Unger

Mark Steadman kissing his wife Louise

A man was unable to kiss his wife and kids, because anything that touched his lips caused him a lot of pain.

Mark Steadman, 38, of the United Kingdom, had a damaged nerve, which meant any contact on the face caused him extreme pain.

Steadman had a surgery on his skull in which surgeons at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital removed part of his skull and wrapped his trigeminal nerve in Teflon to stop contacting with the artery which is causing the spasms.

He can now finally kiss his wife Louise Steadman, 36, and his children, for the first time in four years after being cured of his terrible disease.

The disease called trigeminal neuralgia, affects 12 of every 100,000 people in the United Kingdom every year. Ii is so intense and painful, that almost a third of the victims resort to suicide.

"I cannot say how wonderful it is to kiss Louise and my children again,” the relieved father of three sons, who works as a probation officer, said.

Steadman said the disease destroyed his life, the pain was very debilitating. "Once I was at my parents' house for dinner and before the spoon got to my mouth I was on the floor in agony,” he said.

Doctors expect Steadman to remain pain-free for the next 10 years when he will have to undergo another operation.

New York man sues company after being fired for peeing on the street

Man urinating in public illustration 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A man slapped his former employer with a lawsuit after the company fired him from his job because he urinated on the street, according to court documents filed in New York.

The Brooklyn man, whose identity was not released, was hired last year as a timekeeper at Ceres Atlantic Terminals, operating at Pier 12 in Red Hook.

As part of his work requirements the man had to be on site on days that the Ceres offices were closed.

The man claims to have diabetes, which means that he has to relive himself often and quickly, in order to avoid soiling his pants.

"On several occasions, he was forced to urinate in the open, because he could not reach the toilet in time to avoid an accident," court papers state.

Michael O'Neill, the man's attorney, said his client was ridiculed by his coworkers.

Ceres fired the man after he admitted to urinating outdoors on the Brooklyn waterfront.

The lawsuit alleges discrimination based on disability, and is seeking unspecified damages.

Man uses his private part to unlock his iPhone

The iPhone ID Touch system 
By: Eva Fett

A man shared with the world that he was able to unlock his iPhone via his private part.

A tech blogger based out of Oregon said he was able to use the Touch ID system on the iPhone 5S to unlock his handset using his private part.

The man reported that he was able to use his genitals instead of a fingerprint on the touch identification system, to unlock the phone and authorize purchases through iTunes.

"Not only was I able to sign into my phone using my private part, I did so successfully with relative ease. I was able to use it to unlock the device. I think you can understand why there is no video of this," the blogger wrote.

The blogger said he was inspired by other bloggers, who attempted to use their body parts such as elbows and nipples, on the Touch ID to unlock their devices.

Attorney and journalist arrested after drugging their daughter to death

Assunta Yong Fang Basterra Porto 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A couple was jailed without bail after they allegedly caused the death of their daughter.

Police in Spain said that a couple murdered their 12-year-old stepdaughter and discarded her body in the woods near the northwestern city of Santiago de Compostela.

The couple, who have since divorced, live in the small town of Teo. The mother, Rosario Porto, 44, was an Oxford-educated attorney and ran a law office. She was also Honorary Consul of France in the northwestern region of Galicia.

The father, Alfonso Basterra, was a journalist. They adopted the Chinese girl and named her Assunta Yong Fang Basterra Porto.

According to detectives, it was a premeditated murder.

On the night of September 21, Rosario told police that her daughter had disappeared. The autopsy and forensic tests were carried out before the girl's body was cremated on the morning of September 24.

That day, the mother told her neighbors and friends: "Do not be afraid. The city is still safe, but bad things have happened to my family."

However, to everyone's surprise, it turned out that Rosario herself killed her daughter.

Detectives discovered that Assunta was the one who had the right to inherit money from the parents of Rosario Porto.

Rosario’s practice had collapsed a while ago and she was in over her head in debts. Under the burden of economic failure, she orchestrated the murder of her daughter.

Police said that initial tests show that the girl was drugged, which caused her to choke to death.

Florida teacher fired and arrested after punching female student in the face

Classroom illustration 
By: Debbie Gross

A teacher was fired from his position after he punched a female student in the face, according to Florida school officials.

Besides losing his job, the teacher is facing criminal charges after the very disturbing allegation.

Michael Louis Green, a physical education teacher in Jacksonville, allegedly beat a female school student in the face in August.

Green said that he attempted to remove a student, who was cursing and yelling at another gym teacher, when the altercation occurred.

Green was fired without pay, according to the school board. He was also arrested and charged with assault related charges.

"We must send a clear message that this is the exception to what happens in our schools on a day-to-day basis," Duval County Superintendent Nikolai Vitti said.

"There must be a clear zero tolerance policy against hitting students," the spokesperson also said.

Man killed by hit men he hired to kill his sister

Hitman illustration 
By: John Roberts

A man, who hired hit men to kill his sister, ended up dead after they killed him instead, according to police reports in India.

Odisha Police said that a local man was killed by four gunmen the victim had hired to kill his sister on Monday.

The crime took place in Angul, which is located 160 kilometers from the state capital Bhubaneswar, on September 7, but came to light after police arrested three suspects on Sunday.

Samar Das, 30, who ran an auto repair shop in the city, hired four alleged gunmen. The gunmen were identified as Jayanta Dehury, Duryodhan Nayak, Narottam Nayak, and Pratap Sahu. They were supposed to kill his sister Namita because she brought shame to the family by marrying her own brother, Abhimanyu, 41.

Samar had agreed to pay for the murder after the execution of the crime. The gunmen tried to kill the sister a number of times, but they failed.

Later, the gunmen claimed to have killed the sister, and they asks Samar to come up with the money, according to the agreement.
When Samar came with only half the money he was killed.

"We have arrested three of the suspects, and they all confessed to the crime. Efforts are being made to nab Pratap Sahu, the fourth suspect in the murder," a local police spokesperson said.

Man blames his drunk driving on sick cat

Christopher Brooks and the cat 
By: Sarah Weiss

A man, who was arrested and charged with drunk driving related charges, blamed a sick cat for his crime, according to court proceedings in Florida.

A Hillsborough County Sheriff said that he observed Christopher Brooks going 84 miles per hour and swerving across three lanes of traffic to an exit ramp of the highway.

After his arrest for drunk driving, Brooks argued that he had a legitimate reason for driving drunk as the cat of his friend was sick, and he was the only person available to take the pet to an overnight veterinary clinic.

A state appeals court ruled on Wednesday, that such an excuse could only be used when taking a person to a hospital and not a pet.

"Although Brooks’ desire to obtain treatment for the feline patient is understandable, the claim of necessity is not available as a defense to a DUI charge in Florida, in regards to an animal,'' a three-judge panel of the Second District Court of Appeals ruled.

A jury found Brooks guilty of felony DUI.

Louisiana man, 20, claims 6-year-old girl seduced him

Matthew Flugence and Ahlittia North 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested and charged with murder related charges after allegedly killing a little girl, according to court proceedings in Louisiana.

Jefferson Parish Police said that a local man, Matthew Flugence, is accused of killing 6-year-old Ahlittia North. The man allegedly told a detective that the girl seduced him to have sex with her before he stabbed her to death.

"In his words, the girl wanted to have sex with him," Jefferson Parish Sheriff Office detective Travis Eserman testified Wednesday during a preliminary conference.

The detective said Flugence said he had sex with the girl on July 14, the day she was killed.

"That's when he snapped," Eserman testified. “Flugence stabbed her four times and saw her fall to the floor writhing in pain,” Eserman testified.

"He said he just saw her die" Eserman said, adding that “Flugence carried on with his day. He went to a family birthday party," the detective said.

According to the autopsy performed by the Office of the Jefferson Parish Coroner, the child had four stab wounds and bruises all over her body.

Mortal wounds consisted of two deep cuts on the side of the neck.

After her death, the body was discarded in a dumpster near where the girl lived.

The Sheriff’s Office of Jefferson Parish charged Flugence with first-degree murder for the death of Ahlittia. He is also accused of sexual molestation of another 11-year-old girl, and was booked on an outstanding warrant for the offense.